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1 in driving distance in 2004 is set to further outdistance the competition by joining forces with the manufacturer of THE LONGEST BALLS.
La Canada swept the first four places with Emily Farr, Stephanie Lee, Katie Barry and Jessica Moore to outdistance North Bakersfield 18-48.
Aggressive efforts to continually 'raise the bar' in what customers should expect from hosting providers will enable us to outdistance the competition.
Hart (24-1, 15-0) all but locked up the team title behind Jones, Parkes and Leary, who shot 40, to outdistance runner-up Burroughs, 114-136.
The junior trio of Jones, Erica Leary (39) and Natasha Peris (41) totaled 114 to outdistance runner-up Burbank by 22 strokes.
CR also found that while many HID lights tested were among the better performers, even the best didn't outdistance the best halogens.
When shares swing upward, executive rewards can outdistance those of investors.
Therefore, it writes, "wireless EIO offerings should easily outdistance conventional PC- and server-based EIO solutions in terms of the revenue they generate, especially if and as effective partnerships are forged between players on the computing and telecom sides of the business.
Jacobsen, a 6-foot-6 swingman, amassed 280 points from the 20 ballots sent out to college coaches and prep basketball scouts to outdistance Kapono and power forward Carlos Boozer of Douglas High in Juneau, Alaska, to become the top vote-getter in the 23rd annual Best in the West boys' basketball poll conducted by the Daily News' sister paper, the Long Beach Press-Telegram.
It outdistances copper cables by allowing link lengths up to 1000m.
Today Telefilm's investment in television outdistances what it spends on feature films, supporting such popular programs as Due South, Traders, Black Harbour and many others.